Hello Readers, Welcome to Kid Lit Village blog! This week we have this gorgeous book titled THE STARS BECKONED: Edward White’s Amazing Walk in Space by Candy Wellins, illustrated by Courtney Dawson. It is published by Philomel Books, April 20,2021. A lyrical picture book biography of Edward White, the first American to walk in space–andContinue reading “Kid Lit Village: THE STARS BECKONED”
Hello Readers! Welcome to the Kid Lit Village blog. I’m glad you decided to stop by. Today I’m featuring the book SEASIDE STROLL by Charles Trevino, illustrated by Maribel Lechuga. What a great example of how an author can leave room for an illustrator with images and text working together to tell the story! SEASIDEContinue reading “Kid Lit Village : SEASIDE STROLL”
Hello Readers! Welcome to Kid Lit Village, where we feature new release children’s books every Monday. Today’s featured book is SQUISH SQUASH SQUISHED by Rebecca Kraft Rector and illustrated by Dana Wulfekotte, set for release in February 2021. Synopsis: When Max and Molly complain about being squished in the back seat of their gracious-spacious automobile, MomContinue reading “Kid Lit Village: SQUISH SQUASH SQUISHED”
Claire Annette Noland5.0 out of 5 stars A fun bedtime book for young readers Reviewed in the United States on January 24, 2021 Verified Purchase Brave Kelsey always knows just what her brother, Thomas, needs – bandages, sandwiches, and help finding lost teddy bears. But there is one thing that Kelsey is afraid of, Monsters. So,Continue reading “Book Review: THE LULLABY MONSTERS”
Hello Readers! I’m glad you stopped by the blog today. For our first blog post with the brand new shiny name, Kid Lit Village, I’m featuring the fiction picture book, I MISS YOUR SUNNY SMILE by Deb Adamson and Anne Zimanski which is coming out in February, 2021. And here’s the preorder link for aContinue reading “Kid Lit Village: I MISS YOUR SUNNY SMILE”
Hello Readers! I’m not much of a resolution-type of person BUT I do like having goals and a focused direction so I am going to share my writing resolutions for 2021. Even though there were a lot of other challenges in 2020, writing wise, the year was actually pretty good to me; here are theContinue reading “Writing Resolutions 2021”
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